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  • tollberg Level 1 (0 points)

    Builder1, I think we may have just proved that it's a cell tower issue. I live 40 miles away from you (Decatur), and our phones were both switched to the same time and date.

  • Rockyrikoko Level 1 (0 points)

    I just spent an hour on the phone with Verizon and have discovered that Technical Support and the Help Desk are two separate entities with different ticket number systems and they don't talk to each other...


    According to VZW Technical Support, Verizons role in this is that they have a master ticket open with Apple which means they are doing nothing but waiting for Apple to fix it.


    I was told that they don't need to attach any more ticket numbers together because it has been established as a known issue... (apparently a known issue that they don't plan to address)


    The silver lining is I did get my data charges removed from my bill so that at least cut my cell bill in half; however, I have a phone that sometimes works... sometimes doesn't.


    I have had to buy an alarm clock, fill out and carry around a paper calendar and apologize in advance to all my friends and family for not responding to their messages because I sometimes don't receive them as well as get razzed by all my friends with Droids or AT&T about my poor choices in life.


    I'm so over this issue... Every time I notice my time/date has changed I just get angry now. If they were working on it I could maintain my patience and understanding but to just sit back and wait for another company to fix it seems completely unreasonable.

  • Roids1869 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have a iPhone 5 on sprint network. My clock always end up being 20 min earlier then the real time. Only way to fix Otis to restart phone. I also notice my text won't send sometime and lte goes in and out. Atlanta area

  • jayR02 Level 1 (0 points)

    All I did was voice out my problem and somehow Verizon fixed it. Just like the other person in this forum who hasn't had a problem in LA for awhile. Just have to be patient.

  • jgn1013 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same issue and am on Sprint except mine is 20m behind. Temp fix is to turn off LTE

  • iphone5fan1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I found the best solution on youtube about this problem check out :

  • Builder1 Level 1 (10 points)

    That YouTube video has been posted a few times in this thread. It doesn't work. It only temporarily forces the time back to normal.

  • Eregos Level 1 (0 points)

    Nothing new to add here, I'm having the same issue. It started about 4 days ago.


    About once a day, the date and time will get all crazy and go back to as much as an entire day. I first noticed it because my "do not disturb" kept turning on thinking it was the middle of the night. Very frustrating because I was missing important calls. Turning the phone on/off or turning automatic setting on/off will only temporarily fix it.


    I'm afraid one day the alarm won't go off. I started using a separate alarm clock.


    iPhone 5, Verizon, Los Angeles.

  • Big P Level 1 (0 points)

    I've had the same issue in Normal,IL with an iPhone 5 on Verizon. Very annoying and needs to get fixed.

  • Builder1 Level 1 (10 points)

    So it seems very obvious by viewing the last couple pages of this thread that this is defeinatly a network issue in central Illinois, specifically the Champaign-Bloomington-Decatur Triangle. When I spoke to Verizon a week ago, she told me that the "Springfield" network covers most of central Illinois. I hope Verizon techs are reading this thread, especially the last few days. It seems many of us have been able to pin-point out problems down to very specific geographic regions and specific times.

  • Rollie66 Level 1 (0 points)

    Ok I have had the phone since day one and it just started doing this yesterday.  It really makes me mad..  I have an iPad running Verizon lte and the time is always right.  So I think this is a software problem.

  • burge1ea Level 1 (0 points)

    It is making me mad too...mine has done it twice already today.  It started about a week ago, and I have had the phone since the release day....I did notice however about 3 weeks ago that my clock would be 2 minutes slow in the morning and catch back up at the end of the afternoon which I thought was weird.  Incase Verizon techs are reading this I am in the Mount Pleasant/Midland/Bay City Michigan area.  Is anyone else in Michigan having this issue?  If this continues I am going to call and complain.  Luckily it has not made me late for work as I have begun using an old school alarm clock.  My husband, however has not been so lucky.  He slept though his classes last week becuase his phone clock reset to midnight and did not wake him up. 

  • J_Price Level 1 (0 points)

    Well I just started having this problem yesterday after about 3 weeks with my iPhone 5 now. I was almost late to work this morning because of it. I live in Springfield, IL and never had an issue until now. So I don't know if maybe they did maintenance on the LTE tower here or what that caused the date time settings to be off. As I said it worked perfectly fine on this tower until just recently. This leads me to believe that there is possibly an issue with people not settings things correctly for a tower during maintenance or something of that sort.

  • Eregos Level 1 (0 points)

    It's happening all over though. I'm in Los Angeles and the same problem started a couple of days ago.

  • J_Price Level 1 (0 points)

    Unfortunately it's not like I can call Verizon and just say "Hey, you LTE tower in Springfield is all jacked up." Lol

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